1837 William Wyon City Medal in bronze, 55mm, to celebrate Victoria’s first visit to the City of London after her accession to the throne, one side showing the Queen’s head which was the model for the head on the line-engraved postage stamps of 1840–79, including the Penny Black, 1847–54 embossed stamps of and the postal stationery from 1841–1901, slight rubbing to high lights otherwise fine and scarce, with only 350 examples struck in bronze, see S.G. Spec Vol 1 pg. 7, an ideal frontispiece to a Line Engraved, Embossed or Postal Stationery exhibit collection.
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